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The Relationship among Faculty Job Stress, Psycho-logical Contract and Job Performance in A Private University of Science and Technology
university of science technology (UST)
To enroll enough new students has been getting harder for all universities in Taiwan. In order to not been eliminated due to lacking of students in the near future, most private universities of science and technology (UST) began to ask their faculties to involve in some non-teaching jobs and to increase research performance. This directly leads to increasing job stress of those faculties. This study aimed to investigate the relations among the faculties’ job stress, psychological contract and job performance. Questionnaires were distributed to all 142 faculties in a private UST and 138 valid questionnaires were retrieved. The valid return rate is 97.2%. After a statistical analysis of data collected, the main findings of this study are as follows：(1) Workload is the primary source of job stress；(2) In terms of psychological contract, the aspect of humanity caring obtains lower satisfation; (3) In terms of job performance, the two aspects of teaching and research have higher scores in faculty evaluation; (4) The facultie’s job stress has a significantly negative correlation with their psychological contract；(5) The psychological contract has no significant correlation with the job performance; (6) The job stress is positively correlated with the job performance; and (7) The psychological contract is not a mediator between the job stress and the job performance.
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